• New Wireless and Data Technologies for Construction Jobsites

    Construction crews are more connected now than they ever have been before. Regardless of how far away a project is from headquarters, mobile devices and cloud-based solutions make it easy for construction project managers to stay in touch with their teams, manage materials, and improve worker safety.  Industry experts predict mobile…

  • Updating Existing Voice and Data Infrastructure for Hybrid Work

    The cat is out of the bag when it comes to remote work. Approximately 83 percent of workers prefer a hybrid work model, where they are remote for at least part of the week. Many companies have realized that to keep their talent, they need to offer some type of remote work.   Evolving to a hybrid work…

  • Tips for Bringing Technology into the Classroom

    Technology has had a slow growth in the Education sector over the years. Some schools had begun using BYOD or one-to-one device policies prior to the COVID 19 pandemic, but there were many schools that simply didn’t have the funding. The last two years have demonstrated the educational value of providing a device to every student and with emergency funding,…

  • 5 Software Deployment DOs and 3 DON’Ts You Should Consider

      As a SaaS provider, you work hard every day to make sure your software delivers an exceptional experience for your customers and their employees in the field. But your software solution is only one component of the customer experience. The device your software is deployed on also plays a large role in creating satisfied customers. That’s…

  • 3 Reasons You Should Consider Burying your End of Life Devices

    Technology moves at the pace of an Olympic sprinter, leaving many unable to follow every new development. Because you upgraded only a few years ago, new device releases may feel unnecessary and costly. Suddenly you start to hear the whispers that many businesses dread; “end of life.” The technology you rely on to keep your business running and your team productive is now on its deathbed. What…